Sprint 5G is expanding again.
Sprint's 5G network is now live in parts of New York City, Los Angeles, Phoenix, and Washington D.C. This means that Sprint 5G is now live in 9 cities, with the others being Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, and Kansas City.
Here's where you can find Sprint 5G in the four new cities launching today:
- New York City: Sprint True Mobile 5G will cover approximately 1.7 million people with service available in parts of Manhattan from Central Park to the southern tip. Sprint 5G service is available in parts of Midtown East and West, including popular destinations such as Times Square, Chelsea Piers, Rockefeller Center, and the areas around Jacob Javits Center and the Port Authority Bus Terminal. In addition, Sprint 5G service can be experienced in parts of the Upper East Side including Lenox Hill and Yorkville areas; and the Lincoln Square area of the Upper West Side, as well as parts of Greenwich Village, East Village, and Chinatown in Lower Manhattan. Sprint 5G also covers the ingress and egress to La Guardia and JFK Airports, parts of Flushing and Rockaway Beach in Queens, Red Hook in Brooklyn and Concourse in the Bronx. In New Jersey, Sprint will cover areas of Hudson County including Union City and North Bergen.
- Los Angeles: Sprint True Mobile 5G will cover approximately 1.2 million people with service available from Marina del Rey to Downtown L.A., and West Hollywood to Culver City. Sprint 5G covers popular locations such as USC, UCLA, West L.A., Midtown and Downtown Los Angeles, including LA Live and the LA Convention Center. Sprint customers can experience True Mobile 5G while shopping on Rodeo Drive, catching a game at Dodger Stadium, browsing museum row on the Miracle Mile or hanging out in Century City. In addition, Sprint 5G is also available in parts of Orange County, Pasadena and Cerritos.
- Phoenix: Sprint True Mobile 5G will cover approximately 740,000 people with service available across the greater Phoenix metro area with service in parts of Phoenix, Tempe, Scottsdale and Glendale. Sprint customers can experience mobile 5G at popular destinations such as Mill Avenue near ASU, Sun Devil Stadium, Wells Fargo Arena, Grand Canyon University, Heard Museum, Sloan Park, Scottsdale Waterfront at Stetson Canal, Old Town Scottsdale and the Biltmore area along Camelback Road.
- Washington, D.C.: Sprint True Mobile 5G will cover approximately 520,000 people with service available around the US Capitol, the White House, the National Mall, Foggy Bottom, Downtown, Penn Quarter/Metro Center, Dupont Circle, West End, Logan Circle, Southwest, Shaw/Howard University, U-Street Corridor, NoMA, Atlas District, Brentwood/Edgewood, Catholic University, Trinity College, Bloomingdale, Columbia Heights, Sheridan-Kalorama, Woodley Park, Cleveland Park , Forest Hills, Wesley Heights, American University, Friendship Heights, Glover Park, McLean Gardens, Foxhall/Spring Valley, Cathedral Heights, Observatory Circle and Carver Langston. Just outside of D.C., True Mobile 5G is available in areas of Maryland’s Montgomery County, including Bethesda/North Bethesda, NIH/Walter Reed, Chevy Chase and Cabin John. In Northern Virginia, Sprint 5G is available in areas of Arlington, including Rosslyn, National Cemetery and Crystal City, as well as McLean and Tysons Corner in Fairfax County.
In addition, Sprint is expanding its 5G coverage in Kansas City, Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth, and Houston:
- Kansas City: Sprint is expanding 5G coverage on both sides of the state line, including parts of Independence and Raytown for the best football tailgating experience, as well as parts of Lee’s Summit, Belton, Gladstone and the KC Northland. In addition, Sprint is further expanding its 5G coverage in Kansas City, Kansas, as well as Overland Park and Olathe.
- Atlanta: Sprint has expanded True Mobile 5G service to Peachtree Corners, the first living laboratory for advanced technologies and Smart City development, powered by Sprint.
- Dallas-Fort Worth: Richardson, Plano, Garland and Euless, as well as parts of southern Dallas and northern Fort Worth.
- Houston: Memorial City Mall and City Centre Plaza. Sprint is also expanding 5G service west to cover the Energy Corridor District; and coverage enhancements are continuing in downtown and uptown Houston.
Sprint currently sells three devices that can access its 5G network — the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, LG V50 ThinQ 5G, and HTC 5G Hub — and it confirmed today that it'll begin selling the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G on August 28.